Postman Pat and the Booming Bagpipes Postman Pat: Special Delivery Service


Postman Pat and the Booming Bagpipes

Children's animation. Mrs Goggins is really missing her home town in Scotland. A postcard from her sister hints that a gift is on its way.


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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat, Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat. #

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Miaow!

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# Early in the morning

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# Just as day is dawning

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# He picks up all the post bags in his van

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat, Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat. #

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Miaow.

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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HORN HONKS

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# Everybody knows

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# His bright red van

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# All his friends will smile as he waves to greet them

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# Maybe, you can never be sure

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# There'll be knock...

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# Ring...

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# Parcels to your door

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat, Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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# All the birds are singing

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# The day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels he's...

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# ..a really happy man. #

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That's the last of the post bags, Mrs Goggins,

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and this postcard is for you.

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Oh, thank you, Pat.

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Ooh!

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It's from my sister, up in the Highlands.

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She says she's sending me a present to remind me of bonnie Scotland.

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Do you miss Scotland, Mrs Goggins?

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Ah, sometimes.

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It's been a long, long time since I was back.

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MOBILE RINGS

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Oh, excuse me, Mrs Goggins.

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Special Delivery Service, Pat Clifton speaking.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Hello?

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Pat, can you get here right away? We've got a...

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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..very special delivery.

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-I'll be there as soon as I can. Bye, Ben.

-Bye, Pat.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Ooh!

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-We've got a special delivery, Jess.

-Miaow.

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What's it going to be today?

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-Bye, Mrs Goggins.

-Bye, Pat.

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Hmm, that noise sounded so familiar.

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Miaow.

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Ben.

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Ben?

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Ooh!

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Ben, what's that?

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It's a set of bagpipes for Mrs Goggins. See?

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BAGPIPES PLAY

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Ooh, right.

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I think I'm getting the hang of it now. It's all in the fingering.

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Really? Well, I'd better get them to Mrs Goggins.

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OK, Pat.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Ooh, pardon me! Bye, Ben. Come on, Jess.

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-Miaow.

-Bye.

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Oof!

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No, hide and seek's boring.

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Why don't we play Grandma's Footsteps?

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That's no good. Bill always cheats.

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I do not!

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Do!

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Oh.

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Oh, where are they?

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HE WHISTLES

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Must be somewhere.

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Hi, Ted. Is everything all right?

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No. I've lost the keys to my workshop.

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I put them on the Ted Glen sound and found key ring

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and now they've disappeared.

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Sound and found key ring?

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Aye, it's my latest invention.

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All you have to do is make a loud sound and the key ring beeps

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and that tells you where your keys are.

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Listen.

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HE WHISTLES

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Oh, maybe I'm just not loud enough.

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Oh dear. I wish I could stay and help, but I'm on a special delivery.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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KEY RING BEEPS

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It's my keys!

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Them pipes have done the trick.

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Thanks, Pat.

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You're welcome, Ted. Bye.

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HE LAUGHS

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It's green, it's little and there's lots of it.

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Guess what.

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-Grass.

-Oh... yes.

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BILL SIGHS

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Let's play something else.

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-Like what?

-I don't know.

-Oh!

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BIRDS TWEET

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Stop it! Go away!

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Oh!

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Oh, I say! That's a bit much.

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Shoo! Shoo!

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What you doing, you naughty things?

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Hello, love. What's going on?

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Oh, Pat, it's been like this all morning.

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The birds keep trying to steal bits of food and nothing scares them away.

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I said shoo and I meant it!

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Yes, I see what you mean.

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Shoo! Shoo!

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Hello, Pat.

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Argh! Stop it!

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-It's no good. We might as well just pack up early.

-Shoo!

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I wish I could help,

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but I've got to get this special delivery to Mrs Goggins.

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It's OK, love, you get on. See you later.

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BIRDS TWEET

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TYRE BURSTS

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Ho-ho, Pat, you've scared the birds away!

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Have I?

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Oh, Pat, you are clever.

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However did you do it?

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It wasn't me. It was my special delivery.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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THEY LAUGH

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Oh, I say, Pat. Your tyre, it's gone down.

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Oh no!

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Come on, Jess, we'll have to go to the sorting office and get the van.

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-Bye, everyone.

-Bye, Pat.

-Bye.

-See you, love.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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It's getting late, Pat.

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Don't worry, Ben. We'll have these bagpipes with Mrs Goggins soon,

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-won't we, Jess?

-Miaow.

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Daisy, Millie, Flora,

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get on with you!

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THEY MOO

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What on earth?

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Alf, what's going on?

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Ey-up, Pat, it's my cows.

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They just won't budge.

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THEY MOO

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But I've got to get these special delivery bagpipes to Mrs Goggins

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and I'm late already.

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Well, I'm sorry, Pat, I don't know what to do.

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Nothing's shifting them.

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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THEY MOO

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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-Alf, these are Highland cattle, aren't they?

-That's right.

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-And the Highlands are in Scotland, aren't they?

-So?

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So, I might know how to move them.

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Bagpipes? I don't understand.

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Bagpipes are from Scotland, too.

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Just like the cows.

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They seem to like the sound of them,

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so I thought, maybe, if I play them, the cows might follow me.

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Well, it's worth a try.

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COWS MOO

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BAGPIPES PLAY

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Oh, Pat, it's working! It's working!

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I'd never have believed that.

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You're a regular Pied Piper, Pat.

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-Thanks, Alf. Ooh, I'd better be going. Bye.

-Bye, Pat.

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COWS MOO

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HE SINGS "SCOTLAND THE BRAVE"

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I don't want to play Duck Duck Goose.

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We always play that.

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All right, then, what do you want to play?

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-Yes, go on, Bill.

-Yeah.

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Well, er... er...

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DOG BARKS

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-Hello, everyone. What are you playing?

-Nothing.

-Ooh.

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We can't find anything we all want to play.

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Hmm.

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Have you ever heard of noisy hide and seek?

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Noisy hide and seek?

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How do you play that?

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Oh, it's easy. I used to play it when I was a wee lass.

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One person is the seeker and they wear a blindfold

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and everyone else has to make a special noise.

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Like this?

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HE GARBLES

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Yes, just like that!

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The seeker has to find them, by following the noise.

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Brilliant!

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And everyone has to make a different noise.

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How about this?

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SHE WHISTLES

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Perfect!

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-Will you show us how to play it, Mrs Goggins?

-Please!

-Yes!

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Well, it's been so long.

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I'd love to.

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HORN HONKS

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Hello, Ajay. What's up?

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Hello, Pat.

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I can't open the door on the mail van

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and I'm meant to be picking up the coal for Pencaster, see?

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-Oh, let me help you.

-Oh, but it's...

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It's no good, Ajay. It's stuck.

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That's what I'm trying to say.

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It's a special new door.

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It's only supposed to open when the Flyer whistle blows, see?

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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-I don't think it's loud enough.

-Hmm, not loud enough?

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Hang on a minute, Ajay.

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Bagpipes? How's that going to help?

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Watch this.

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Miaow, miaow.

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BAGPIPES PLAY

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Pat, you did it. Thank you.

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No problem.

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Come on, Jess, let's get this special delivery back on track.

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HE GARBLES

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Beep-beep!

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Ooh, och, where are you?

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Dee-dah, dee-dah, dee-dah.

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SHE WHISTLES

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Ooh, I can hear you.

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Brum-brum-brum!

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SHE BLOWS A RASPBERRY

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Buck-buck, buck-buck!

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Goodness me, Sarah?

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Hello? What's that?

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That's a very familiar sound.

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Oh!

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BAGPIPES WAIL

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Pat!

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Hello, Mrs Goggins.

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Here's your special delivery.

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Bagpipes! Oh, they must be from my sister.

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Oh, what a day!

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Noisy hide and seek and bagpipes.

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Can you play them, Mrs Goggins?

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Well, I've not played for years,

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but they do say you never forget how to play the pipes.

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Miaow!

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SHE PLAYS BAGPIPES TUNEFULLY

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Oh, thank you, Pat.

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Special delivery service. Mission accomplished!

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# Special delivery service

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-# Pat is on his way

-SDS!

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-# Special delivery service

-SDS!

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# What's it going to be today?

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# Postman Pat, SDS We all know he's the best! #

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Mission accomplished!

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Mrs Goggins is really missing her home town in Scotland. A postcard from her sister hints that a gift is on its way and she looks forward to receiving it. Pat collects it at the sorting office - it's a set of bagpipes! On the way to deliver them to Mrs Goggins, the bagpipes come in rather useful and Pat even masters the art of playing them - just in time to deliver them, with much celebration and booming along the way.


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